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-2013 school year, we want accountable. i stand here today with angela, our state's attorney. and michael blow, the director of school security, to proclaim in necessary partners to stop violence against young people. an announcement of the upcoming partnerships will be forthcoming in days ahead. we plan to involve interfaith and other nonprofit groups in this necessary fight to reduce violence against young people. at the core of all of our strouties will be the focus of conflict resolution. in the meantime, our agency and the state's attorney office are making progress in the ross homicide investigation. we will have a significant announcement next week. we have already made arrests in the murder of reyes and marcus jones. significant leads are being vigorously pursued in the amber stanley case as well. i anticipate all of these cases to close with a rest. we will keep the community media updated as this investigation progresses. thank you. >> thank you. good afternoon. i want to just first begin by thanking chief mcgraw and this department for the work they are doing. as he indicated, we e
sophie lillard age 6 and madigan lillard age 3. the survivors, parents angela and jack lillard, along with 8-year- old sister morgan and her 7- month-old sister sadie. all were taken to the hospitals with injuries. neighbors are left to pray for the parents whose incredible bravery could not save all their children. >> it's a tragedy, an absolute tragedy. we didn't sleep at all last night, neither my husband nor i. >> she kept rocking and said what happened? what happened? where can my babies be? i'm a mother and i don't know how she could handle losing two babies like that. >> reporter: a volunteer firefighter from myersville was also injured here last night. by the time the fire crews got here the house was completely engulfed in flames. in fact, some of the neighbors think firefighters weren't called until the house was up in flames because the parents were scrambling so desperately to save the children. we know angela lillard is part of the carroll creek montessori school community in frederick. we've been in touch with some of those folks. there is an outpouring of grief and sup
push to prevent injuries in student athletes. with me today is dr. angela jones, an orthopedic specialist at med star maryland hospital. if i had a young boy, i'd be a little bit -- you know, one of those nervous mothers about letting him play certain sports. but what can we do to protect our children who want to play football and basketball and soccer? what can we do? >> i put together five easy tips that i hope can help parents prevent injuries in their athletes. the first is sleep. children on average get about an hour less each night of sleep than they actually need. so your elementary school child from 7 to 12 should be having 10 to 11 hours every night. >> that's a lot. >> it is. your high schooler from 12 to 18 should be having about 8 to 9 hours of sleep every night. most kids aren't getting that. the mind and the body need enough sleep to recharge. so kids can play their sports, enjoy it and be safe. >> you also say nutrition is important of course. >> that's true. a balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, calcium and vitamin d is very importan
, prince georges county's state's attorney, angela. >> i don't think any person could have watched those 20 babies who were killed and not be compelled to act. >> here, governor martin o'malley proposes an assault weapons ban, limiting high capacity magazines and licensing for handgun purchases. in annapolis, scott broom, wusa9. >> floyd is now admits he intended to kill as many people as possible. fortunately, he didn't kill anyone. he is the man who shot and wounded a security guard last summer and was at the front desk of the lobby group. that injured guard managed to grab a gun. and that ended that. today, he pled guilty and now he's looking at 15 years in prison when he is sentenced in april. he targeted the family reserge council because the group opposes gay marriage. >> the verdict is in and it's guilty for a baltimore man accused of killing a 16-year- old girl. michael johnson convicted of second-degree murder in the death of phylicia barnes. the north carolina teenager vanished in 2010 while she was visiting family in maryland. and her naked body was found floating in the su
at 7:00, angela brooks right here in the studio, she'll be talking about these crimes and how families will play more of a role in playing the cycle of violence. we'll talk to her at 7:00. >> he stole taxpayer's money to buy gold plated rolex's for high price celebrity memorabilia. today in u.s. district court, jesse jackson, jr., pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy. bruce johnson joins us live from district court. bruce, you were there when jesse, jr., and his family left the courthouse. >> you were there. $750,000 in campaign contributions that he and his wife converted to their personal use. bring you the very latest. after saying there wouldn't be any comment, except from his defense attorney, in leaving the courthouse, we did get the former illinois congressman, jesse jackson, jr., to say a few things. we tried to get comment from his father, the reverend jesse jackson, the civil rights icon, the political guru, if you will, of the progressive democratic wing. this is what they had to say. the wife had more to say than the reverend, take a listen. >> what do you say? >> pe
unsolved to this day. state's attorney angela alsobrooks is reaching beyond the statutory confines of her office to do more than just prosecutors the killers and involving the office she assumed two years ago. gary nurenberg talked to her on the day she was sworn in and saw some changes when he talked to her again tonight. gary. >> reporter: it is an evolution of sorts, lesli, but one grounded in the motivations that helped make her in 2011 the first woman to be the county's chief prosecutor. >> that was in prince george's county. >> reporter: she talked that night about the unsolved murder of her great grandfather and the impact on her family. >> there was never any justice for my family. >> reporter: and now when she sees dead school children, there is more than just empathy. >> it's a painful long lasting feeling. and so my heart goes out to any family who suffers the loss of a loved one through violence. >> reporter: she's a mom raising a little girl in prince george's county thinking two years ago about other moms. >> and i believe that it's important to save other people's children.
these individuals to justice. >> wow. state's attorney, angela, video taped and live here in the studio. thank you so much for coming in. we appreciate you joining us. your message yesterday, as emotional as i seen you, seem to be, we should all be angry about this. >> we should. as i said yesterday, as a parent who lives here, i don't know how anyone is sad and not feel the grief and feel enraged. i think we all share that pain. i've been hearing all day from our community. >> i think there's little doubt this is a tipping point where people realize something has to be done. now you started a task force of some sort with the prince georges county police. what are you working on so far? >> the county executive started a task force. we are planning for a summit on may 4. we have been planning for the last several months. what we see, even here, we find that many of our young men are angry. they are without opportunity, because they dropped out of school. and so we must do something to address the situation regarding jobs and work force development. we also need mentors. many of these young men d
at the door of couple, angela bower and jennifer shriner. >> for me, for all intents and purposes is a contract that says look, i'm giving up parental rights. >> kansas law says differently. dr. michelle. >> many states automatically say, if an insemination does not take place, either in a physician's office or under a physician's guidance, that donor will automatically be considered as a parental figure. >> and that's why kansas wants the government assistance they paid back from morata. >> you don't have to deal with any of that because the donors agreements are with us. >> i believe it's unethical. >> this donor talked to us on the condition we wouldn't show his face or name. he passed the genetic medical and other testing fairfax bank requires. our donor admits although he is protected, he wasn't 100% clear on the law. and frankly, he's surprised. >> i think there are a lot of variables in it and the state have their reasons for doing what they are doing. i think it's crazy, especially for the kid. >> his attorneys filed a petition to have the case dismissed. in case y
to be there. >> reporter: state's angela brooks has emerged as a strong voice. she says everyone plays a part. >> this is a caring community and our resolve grows stronger every day. >> reporter: after this latest arrest, mcgraw says there are two cases still open. if you have information to help them close them, give them a call. we're here in forestville tonight, debra alfarone, wusa 9. >>> did you know that one out of three teenagers will experience some sort of violence in a dating relationship at some point? tomorrow night, debra has a heartbreaking story and the signs you need to know to help save a life. >>> in tonight's health alert, new guidelines for dealing with those dreaded ear infections. diagnosing and treating them is not always easy for doctors. now the american academy of ped at tricts is -- pediatrics is updating its guidelines for children between the ages of 6 months and 12 years so doctors can make a moore accurate diagnosis and decide the best treatment. >> the children who benefit most from starting antibiotics are those with discharge or ruptured eardrum or high fever
. >> among the supporters, prince georges county's state's attorney, angela. >> i don't think any person could have watched those 20 babies who were killed and not really be compelled to act. >> the three most controversial proposals are, proposed assault weapons ban, limitations on those high capacity ammunition magazines, and licensing of new handgun purchases, including the completion of at least an 8 hour safety course. reporting live in annapolis, scott broom, wusa9. >>> thank you, scott. a group of celebrities is speaking out in support of new gun control laws. tony bennett, and iowa iowa amanda pete. >> i'm ashamed that congresswoman mckarr mccarthy's battle has been a lonely one. most that don't make the headlines, gun violence is not being discussed as a public health crisis. >> the president of the united states is, you know, our boss. he's also, you know, the president and the first lady are kind of like the mom and dad of the country. when your dad says something, you listen. when you don't, it usually bites you later on. >> okay, the celebrities are part of a coalition
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